On Friday September 2 Sally will be launching a unique poetry installation called ‘Poet’s Corner’ at the Sebel Pier One Hotel in Sydney. The installation is part of Australian Poetry week. The Poet’s Corner will be installed in the hotel lobby during National Poetry Week from September 5-11 and we encourage you to visit!
Melbourne artist Angel Tsang has painted a portrait of Sally. The painting will be revealed on Friday September 2 between 6-9pm at the No Vacancy Project Space in Federation Square, Melbourne.
Sally will be touring across Australia this November as part of ‘They WIll Have Their Way – A Tribute to the songs of Tim & Neil Finn’. Inspired by the success of the two tribute albums ‘She Will Have Her Way’ and ‘He Will Have His Way’, the tour will feature performances from Lior, Holly Throsby, Alexander Gow (Oh Mercy), Sarah Blasko, Paul Dempsey, Clare Bowditch and Sally. More information can be found on the They Will Have Their Way facebook page. Sally contributed her version of ‘Four Seasons in One Day’ as New Buffalo in 2005.
With their tour commencing next week (and almost sold out) Seeker Lover Keeper are very happy to have vinyl copies of their album available at shows. For those of you unable to make it along to a gig the vinyl version of the album is available via the Dew Process website.
Seeker Lover Keeper are the cover stars of the current issue of Drum Media. Photo by Daniel Boud.
Seeker Lover Keeper’s new album is streaming from the group’s Facebook page.
There is also a competition on the Seeker Lover Keeper website offering entrants the opportunity to win flights and accommodation in the Yarra Valley plus tickets to see the girls perform at Stones of the Yarra Valley.
Sally has joined forces with her friends Sarah Blasko and Holly Throsby to form the band Seeker Lover Keeper. The ladies recorded an album last August in New York City which will be released in Australia on June 3. The trio will be touring nationally and performing songs from their album this July.
Seeker Lover Keeper have posted three videos to their website as an introduction to the album. The videos, directed by Natalie van den Dungen, feature three actors – Barry Otto, John Waters and Aden Young – in a sparse theatre setting. We hope you find them as powerful, bewildering, and moving as we do.
This beautiful compilation has been put together by Japanese label Rallye to raise money for those affected by the earthquake in Japan. The compilation features an early New Buffalo track ‘This Is More’ as well as tracks by Au Revoir Simone and One Day Diary.
Pray For Japan (with Music) Vol. 1 is now available on I-tunes in Australia, USA, UK, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Denmark, Canada and Japan.